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Simply A Pear

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Free-Motion Machine Embroidery taught by Terry White

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Here are some details about my project:
Category Embroidery
Type Home Decor
Technique Machine
Style Classic, Cute
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What materials did you use? Magic Sizing starch; 1 yard cotton fabric; Medium-weight embroidery stabilizer; 9" no-slip hoop; 90/14 machine embroidery needles; Free-motion sewing foot

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Can I buy a free motion feet and use it in my normal/traditional sewing machine. ?

07/15/2013 Flag

You might have one that came with your machine. It would probably be called a darning foot. It's the same thing as a free motion foot.

07/18/2013 Flag

Thanks AndiRae for your reply. My machine doesn't have this feet. I want to buy darning foot separately. Can I work with this foot using my sewing machine.

07/19/2013 Flag

evarahmaa, What sewing machine do you have? What is the name and model of your sewing machine?

10/16/2013 Flag

Your design is absolutely beautiful! I love the contrast of the yellows and greens in the pear against the crosshatched background. Are you going to frame this or is it a piece of another project?

09/08/2013 Flag

evarahmaa, Many sewing machine companies are now offering a free motion foot for their machines. Check the website for your machine maker and see if they do.

10/15/2013 Flag

I like that contrast between the filled shape and the wide trellies outside very much.

02/21/2014 Flag

The metallic crosshatch adds some glamour to the pear. It also takes up the distortion around the pear created by the dense stitching of the pear. I like to add open stitching around densely stitched motifs.

03/04/2014 Flag